n early nineteenth-century clay pipestem, one of many unearthed in the slave quarters at the former Belvoir tobacco plantation on

Anda sedang membaca pratinjau, daftarlah untuk membaca selengkapnya.

Lainnya dari ARCHAEOLOGY

ARCHAEOLOGY1 mnt membaca
Offerings At Sea
When hundreds of Phoenician ceramic figurines and vessels were first recovered from the seafloor off northern Israel almost 50 years ago, archaeologists interpreted the artifacts as cargo from a fifth-century b.c. shipwreck. Now, University of Haifa
ARCHAEOLOGY2 mnt membaca
Editor in Chief Jarrett A. Lobell Deputy Editor Eric A. Powell Executive Editor Daniel Weiss Senior Editor Benjamin Leonard Associate Editor Marley Brown Editorial Assistant Malin Grunberg Banyasz Creative Director Richard Bleiweiss Maps Ken Feisel C
ARCHAEOLOGY1 mnt membaca
Enduring Rites Of The Mound Builders
The site of a three-story-high earthen structure known as Dyar Mound now lies beneath central Georgia’s Lake Oconee, a reservoir created by a dam built in the 1970s. Before the dam’s construction, archaeologists excavated the mound, which was origina